Fighting Corruption and Exposing the Truth
The Congressional Integrity Project is committed to exposing the reality behind Republicans’ politically motivated oversight and investigations targeting President Biden and Democrats.
Demanding Integrity from Congress
Public officials should work in the public interest, not their own. But some conservatives are willing to toss aside their commitments to their constituents, to American democracy, and to the truth.
Instead of working with President Biden to curb inflation, lower costs for families, and keep our country strong, Congressional Republicans are planning to spend their time investigating and impeding progress.
The Congressional Integrity Project is exposing the truth behind these investigations, spotlighting these officials’ hypocrisy, and exposing the truth about their records and extreme agenda that does nothing for the American people.
We can’t force them to act with integrity. But we can make sure the American people know the truth.
One of Congress’s most important responsibilities is to ensure public officials work in the public interest, not their own.
The Congressional Integrity Project will investigate the investigators, expose their political motivations and the monied special interests supporting their work, and hold them accountable for ignoring the urgent priorities of all Americans in order to smear Joe Biden and do the political bidding of Trump and MAGA Republicans.
PRESS RELEASE Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release Date: January 31, 2023 Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressional Integrity Project released a new report, Waste & Abuse: How House Republicans Made Millions From Flawed Pandemic...
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